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BEIJING (Xinhua): Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi will chair a high-level meeting on international cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in the Asia-Pacific region via video link on Wednesday (June 23), a Foreign Ministry spokesperson announced Tuesday.
BEIJING: China said on Thursday that it would take all necessary measures to safeguard legitimate interests of Chinese companies after the United States blacklisted five Chinese firms over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China sued Australia over anti-dumping measures on some Chinese goods, further ratcheting up tensions between the two nations.
BEIJING (Global Times/ANN): Chinese President Xi Jinping will have a video meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday (June 28), the timing of which, Chinese experts said, embodies special significance just days before the Communist Party of China (CPC) celebrates its centennial.
BEIJING (Global Times): Calls for the Australian government to pursue in-depth communication with China based on mutual understanding are rising among business communities and local officials in Australia, as Canberra's hostile approach to bilateral ties with China continues to inflict pain on local businesses.
HANOI (Reuters): The United States rejects China's "unlawful" maritime claims in the South China Sea and stands with Southeast Asian countries facing Chinese "coercion", Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Wednesday (July 14
WASHINGTON (Reuters): The United States is preparing to impose sanctions on Friday (July 16) on a number of Chinese officials over Beijing's crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong, and warn international businesses operating there about deteriorating conditions, two people with knowledge of the situation told Reuters.
Secretary of state says atrocities are taking place in various countries, including ChinaBeijing says Washington should put more effort into resolving its own human right abuses
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): US Secretary of State Antony Blinken kicked off his first official visit to India Wednesday (July 28), warning of "rising global threats to democracy” as the two nations sought common ground in their disputes with China.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): During his long tenure as Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe deftly avoided overtures toward Taiwan that would jolt ties with China. Now, he’s joined the growing chorus of Japanese voices calling for greater support for the democratically ruled island.